The Jones Lab studies typical and atypical social brain development and is based at the Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology as well as the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain in the Psychiatry Department at Weill Cornell Medicine. Our lab uses a variety of technologies including functional MRI, wearable devices and eye tracking in order to examine the neural systems in the brain that drive social behavior and how these systems change across age.

News from the Jones Lab

February 2019

Our work on reducing head motion during fMRI and our work on the use of LENA in children with Autism were both featured in Spectrum. Check it out here and here.


January 2019

Rebecca Jones spoke about Autism at Caveat on Wednesday, January 9th, as part of their “A Lot on the Mind” series.

December 2018

The Jones Lab was featured in a Spectrum article asking early-career autism researchers to summarize their work in a one-minute video pitch. Check it out here.

November 2018

Congratulations to Dienke Bos on becoming an Assistant Professor position at the Department of Psychiatry, Brain Center Rudolf Magnus, University Medical Center Utrecht. See her lab here.